Although T-mobile have been delaying their 3G launch again and again and again, we could atleast see them offering a 3G phone in the form of the Motorola Z10. Now, let’s forget about when exactly T-mobile is going to launch it’s 3G spectrum and instead look at what the Motorola Z10 has to offer to us. The Z10, like all Motorolas, is one very well built, stylish device which sits in a slider form and has all the voice and text features a 3G phone will have. The Z10 does snapping duty with a 3.2 megapixel camera with an LED flash which makes it a direct challenger to Nokia’s slider music phone, the 5610.
Display is QVGA with a dimension of 2.2 inches with the Z10 weighing in at a chunky 115 grams. Here is what makes the Z10 a complete entertainment and communication device. For starters, you get a media player that can play different music formats and DVD quality 30fps video. And now for the big one, how about a microSD slot that lets you expand memory upto a humongous 32 gb? With all that memory, this phone is not too different from an iPod, albeit with 3G communication functions. Motorola also promises five hours of talk or five hours of video or twelve hours of music on the Z10. And if Motorola manage to get the battery back up they have declared, right, they have an able competitor in the high end segment, with their Z10.